The brutal killing of Catherine Fuller was one of the most notorious crimes of the mid-80s in the nation's capital. The seven men who were convicted claim they were railroaded. A judge, though, says the evidence of their guilt is "overwhelming."
NPR's counterterrorism correspondent Dina Temple-Raston shares emerging details about the shooting Sunday at the Sikh place of worship in Oak Creek, Wis. Navdeep Singh, of the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund, explains the history, practices and misconceptions surrounding Sikhism.
Olympic boxing is mired in controversy at the 2012 Summer Games. Over the weekend, Belarus and Cuba filed protests about questionable decisions involving their fighters. During their matches, referees didn't penalize their opponents for holding.
Wade Michael Page, 40, was an Army veteran and may have had links to white supremacist groups. Dina Temple-Raston tells Steve Inskeep what witnesses and authorities are saying about the alleged gunman.
The Obama administration has released guidelines outlining which young undocumented immigrants may be eligible to defer deportation. Host Michel Martin speaks with Cristina Jimenez, the managing director of the United We Dream Network. She talks about the group's "Own the Dream" campaign, which aims to help these young people navigate the application process.
The shooting that left six congregants dead at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin has sparked concerns among Sikhs and other South Asian Americans. Host Michel Martin talks about who Sikhs are and how they're reacting to the tragedy. She's joined by Rajdeep Singh of the Sikh Coalition and Deepa Iyer of South Asian Americans Leading Together.
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